Morgan said the Shakespeare theme — a crown for Romeo and a garland headdress for Juliet — was Cassie’s idea.
Typically “it’s really hard to do a shoot like this with newborns that are not twins,” Clayshulte said. “Twins are used to being close to each other in the womb, so when they’re not twins, it’s harder for them to be comfortable with each other.”
Romeo and Juliet, though, appeared to share a close bond.
“(They) loved being snuggled up and they even held hands,” Clayshulte said.
But the real love story may be between the babies’ parents.
Over the whirlwind past week, the four have become great friends.
“We have already talked about getting together for one year photos for the kids’ birthday as well as senior year photos,” Hernandez said. “We have found an amazing friendship within Juliet’s family.”